Arizona Begins Denying Benefits to the Undocumented Beginning Thursday, state workers in Arizona are required to deny some welfare benefits to people who cannot prove they are in this country legally. On Wednesday, a federal judge lifted a restraining order against the state's controversial proposition. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.
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Arizona Begins Denying Benefits to the Undocumented

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Arizona Begins Denying Benefits to the Undocumented

Arizona Begins Denying Benefits to the Undocumented

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Beginning Thursday, state workers in Arizona are required to deny some welfare benefits to people who cannot prove they are in this country legally. On Wednesday, a federal judge lifted a restraining order against the state's controversial proposition. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.